### Electrino Physics

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This volume is based on aether relativity and the postulate that a smooth symmetric charge distribution cannot have detectable spin-or consequently charges come in ±e, ±e/2, ±e/4, and ±e/8-the Electrino Hypothesis-and not in ±2e/3 and ±e/3 as in the Quark Hypothesis. In Appendix B, the structures of all known particles are induced totally without quarks and gluons. The Electrino Hypothesis is sufficient to compose all known particles. The physics world is searching for a unified field theory and unified particle theory. This volume contains the foundation of both. Gravity and the strong force are united to the electro-magnetic force at the Planck mass, which in imaginary units is the mass of a whole elementary particle in this model. It takes 61 elementary particles in the quarklepton model to construct all known particles. By contrast, the particle fusion aspect of this model means that all the copies of all the particles in the Universe could be ionized and fused from a single particle. This volume begins the derivation of these things. Chapter 1 recounts the particle-wave controversy of the centuries as a prototype synthesis of the aether-relativity controversy in Chapter 2. A thought experiment in this chapter falsifies both the principle of relativity in the absolute and the principle of equivalence. The aetherrelativity controversy is resolved by deriving from first principles Special Quasi-Relativity in an Aether in Chapter 3, and General Quasi-Relativity in an Aether in Chapter 4. General Quasi-Relativity is obtained by inserting a field of escape velocities in and out, about a gravitational body, in Special Quasi-Relativity, obtaining the Schwarschild Line Element in the space about a gravitational body. A model of gravity and inertia is developed in Chapter 5. An aether model of particle physics is derived in Chapter 6, with special attention to whole elementary particles, including electrons and photons. Elementary particle fusion is briefly introduced in